Tax Extensions for Clean Energy, extended


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John Larsen (RHG) joins Sarah Ladislaw (CSIS) to talk about the Rhodium Group’s analysis of clean energy tax credit extensions in the United States. Not only could tax credits drive down GHG emissions, they are an opportunity to advance clean energy by offering incentives to supply more lower carbon energy options or by providing certainty to emerging clean energy industries. While Congress ultimately did not have a major tax credit deal at the end of 2019 (when we recorded our episode with John), the idea is likely to be revisited again.

For more, check out the Rhodium Group reports:
The Year-End Clean Energy Tax Credit Deal: Swing and a Miss for Climate
Can Tax Credits Tackle Climate?

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